Taylor Swift continues to support her man at work.
The 26-year-old pop star partied with friends at the OMNIA nightclub at the Caesars Palace Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas Friday night as her EDM boyfriend Calvin Harris, 32, played DJ, E! News has learned.
Taylor wore a long sleeve sparkling gunmetal cut-out skater mini dress and had a blast dancing, singing and hanging out with pals such as Bad Blood music video co-stars Karlie Kloss, 23, and Serayah, 20, singer Todrick Hall, 30, as well as brother Austin Swift, 24. The group snapped photos of themselves and also took pics with fans.
"Taylor wasn't on her phone and was just living in the moment," a source shared with E! News. "Toddy danced like there was no tomorrow just like Taylor did."
Serayah posted a video of the group on her Snapchat.
Taylor in Serayah's snapchat from Calvin's show at Omnia Nightclub in Las Vegas! pic.twitter.com/6Z9XpP7MaZ? Taylor Swift Sweden (@TaylorSwift_SWE) March 19, 2016
Hall posted on his Instagram page a video showing the two dancing to Rihanna's 2011 hit "We Found Love," which features Harris.
"Last night was EPIC!" he wrote. "Thank you @taylorswift for being the sweetest human on earth! Such a freakin blast!"
Taylor had also attended a Las Vegas nightclub party where Harris DJed back on New Year's Eve. She partied with Orange Is the New Black star Ruby Rose, 29.
Harris has met Taylor's friends multiple times and has often attended her concerts.
The two celebrated their one-year anniversary together earlier this month. The DJ got his girl a personalized golden locket as a gift.
The two recently went on a romantic vacation together at a secluded tropical paradise and posted adorable PDA pictures from their trip. Swift also shared a photo showing the initials of their names written in the sand, with Harris using his real one—Adam Wiles).
A source had told E! News the two "both had time off from their insanely busy schedules this past year and wanted to go somewhere away from it all to chill out," adding, "This was also part of their anniversary presents to each other."
—Reporting by Mike Vulpo